Stress management: how reduce stress with HeartMath? The Institute of Heartmath is a non-profit research and education organization which developed the HeartMath, a measuring device and a solution for stress management.
The Institute of Heartmath is dedicated to reducing stress, helping with emotions and assisting the building of human energy & resilience for healthy, happy lives. Heartmath tools, technology and training teach the intelligence of heart in connection with mind.
How reduce stress with HeartMath by Doc Childre?
These are useful resources and tools for stress management:
– The emWave Stress Management Program: learn more about emWave2, the Stopping Emotional Eating: The emWave® Stress and Weight Management Program book, and the seven weekly webinars available as support tools
– emWave Personal Stress Reliever: learn the science supporting emWave device and software, and how you can benefit from this research in stress management.
More about Heartmath Institute, Stress management, Doc Childre
The Heartmath Institute was founded by Doc Childre. He is known for his contributions to:
– Child Development
– Stress Management
– State of Mind research
– Heart Mind Coherence
– Heartmath Solution
His published research includes:
– Transforming Stress: The Heartmath Solution for Relieving Worry, Fatigue, and Tension: New Harbinger Publications; Doc Childre & Deborah Rozman 1 edition (March 2, 2005)
– The HeartMath Solution: The Institute of HeartMath’s Revolutionary Program for Engaging the Power of the Heart’s Intelligence : HarperOne; 1 Reprint edition Doc Childre, Howard Martin & Donna Beech (July 3, 2000)
– Psychophysiological Correlates of Spiritual Experience, Biofeedback; 29(4):13-17. Childre D, McCraty R (2001),
His books, in chronological order, include:
– A Scientifically Proven Technique
* Common Sense Strategies
– Helping Teens Find Balance, Security and Esteem
– A Parenting Manual: Heart Hope for the Family
– Exploration of the Heart
– Achieve Total Security and Maximum Energy
– Daily Readings and Self-Discovery Exercises